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Go Devil Prop Replacement

Discussion in 'MichiganWaterfowl.com' started by The_Tactical_Sportsman, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. The_Tactical_Sportsman

    The_Tactical_Sportsman

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    Just wondering what you guys run for replacement props on a go devil. I'm running a 16 HP vanguard long tail. It's a 9x3 stock. What other brands do you use, and anyone play with size/pitch?

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  2. birdshooter

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    We run same long tail as yours . Never messed with different sizes , I use Hill Marine when time to replace , think I saved 50 or 60 dollars compared to buying from go devil.
     

  3. The_Tactical_Sportsman

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    That's kinda what brought up the question. I didn't find an aftermarket prop in 9x3 from anyone. I looked at hill marine but I didn't think they had one either. Closest they had was a 8x4 I think?

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  4. Shiawassee_Kid

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    run 9x3 from hill marine.
     
  5. Shiawassee_Kid

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    and call them, they have them. seemed like i remember not seeing them on their site and called them.
     
  6. The_Tactical_Sportsman

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    Ok, thanks Kid

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  7. smoke

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    I've actually got a big blade from mud buddy that would fit your shaft if youre interested. Its a 7/8 threaded hub. I think it would be a great prop for that motor.
     
  8. craigrh13

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    Talk to them coonasses down south. They know how to work a mud prop. I sent my prop down to Baggy's and had them work it for me. She gets on plane instantly now and seems to carry a load much better.
     
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  9. The_Tactical_Sportsman

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    LOL, which coonasses are we reffering to ?
     
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    Them boys south of I10 in Louisiana. They know their way around a mud prop,motor, boat, etc. Look up Baggy's out of Houma, LA.
     
  11. The_Tactical_Sportsman

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    Craig, I'm going to need a new one I think unless they rebuild ones that are worn down. What did you have them do to yours? Reshape it?
     
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    Mine was worn by a .5" and knocked all to hell. I told them my boat and what I was looking for. They took it and added metal, reshaped, re-pitched and balanced it.

    Doesn't hurt to give them a call. Turn around time was a week total.
     
  13. smoke

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    Baggy is a prop wizard no doubt about it. Prodigy uses Baggy props on a lot of their builds. I use Baggy or LA prop (Chris Courville) Both of them are great prop guys. There are prop shops in Michigan but, they know next to nothing about mm props and what makes them work. Last prop I sent to baggy was $150.00 to repair and re-pitch. I sent him a worn out bb and it came back, 1 bad a$$ holeshot prop.